- In a Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL) poll, 66% of Republicans reported being “concerned” or “very concerned” about public schools pushing a liberal agenda. The poll consisted of 1400 registered voters in Wisconsin.
- About 40% of all respondents were concerned about a dominant liberal ideology in the public classroom. 25% of Democrats were concerned.
- This sentiment is felt all through the country, according to the CATO Institute. Families across the nation report that their values aren’t always in line with their children’s school, which can cause conflict.
- Parents who feel like their values aren’t accepted may look at alternatives such as supporting school choice.